|The Convert - Robins, Elizabeth, 1862-1952|
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Convert Library of Congress Classification: PS
Keywords: Feminist fiction; Suffragists -- Fiction; Women -- Fiction
|Ann Veronica - H. G. Wells|
Librivox recording of Ann Veronica by H. G. Wells . Read by Joy Chan. Ann Veronica was a controversial book detailing the development of a naive school girl into a "New Woman". When it was published, the Spectator described it as a "poisonous book ... capable of poisoning the minds of those who read it." Although it is unlikely to offend modern listeners in this way, this novel addresses many feminist issues that are still relevant today...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; feminism; suffragists; the New Woman
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|H. G. Wells - Ann Veronica (2008).M4B - H. G. Wells|
M4B audiobook of Ann Veronica by H. G. Wells
Keywords: audiobook; literature; Wells; Ann Veronica; feminism; suffragists; the New Woman
|The speech of Sara Bard Field : presenting to Congress on behalf of the women of the nation, the marble busts of three suffrage pioneers, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Stanton Cady [sic], Susan Brownell Anthony - Field, Sara Bard, 1882-1974|
Keywords: Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902; Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906; Women's rights -- United States; Suffragists -- United States; Suffragists -- United States Biography
|Prisons & prisoners: some personal experiences - Lytton, Constance, Lady, 1869-1923|
Keywords: Suffragists -- Great Britain; Women -- Suffrage Great Britain History; Women prisoners -- Great Britain
|Beware Suffragists - Mary Lowndes, Dora Meeson-Coates, and C. Hedley-Charlton, Artists' Suffrage League|
Hamilton, Cicely. Beware: A Warning to Suffragists. with sketches by Mary Lowndes, Dora Meeson-Coates, and C. Hedley-Charlton. London: Artists' Suffrage League, c.1909.
Keywords: Cicely Hamilton; Dora Meeson-Coates; C. Hedley-Charlton; women's suffrage; suffragists; suffrage
|New World Notes 162 - Renegades (Part 2) - Kenneth Dowst|
30-minute weekly radio program for April 12, 2011. Second of 2 parts. Many of the rights and freedoms enjoyed today by American women (and men) were won for them--not by the Suffragists and early feminists--but by 19th century prostitutes and madams. Of which there were plenty. These rights & freedoms included the right to own property; to acquire wealth; to dance, smoke, and drink in public; to wear attractive clothing; to give or receive oral sex; to have interracial intimacy; and to purchase ...
Keywords: women's liberation; sex; interracial sex; contraceptive; birth control; feminism; Suffragists; prostitution; brothel; condom; Thaddeus Russell; Renegade History